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Arthur Ferdinand Rowley Platt Collection

  • Platt MSS
  • Colección
  • 1896

Ferdinand (Ferdy) Platt's correspondence relates to two excursions to Egypt, in 1896 and 1907-1908.

  • First group: eighteen letters and postcards, sent during Platt's first independent visit to Egypt in early 1896, when he initially travelled with a friend. Dating between 26 January and 19 April, the letters are addressed to Platt's mother. They record meeting Flinders Petrie and other notables.
  • Second group: thirty-one letters sent during Platt's second trip to Egypt in 1907-1908, when he accompanied the eighth Duke and Duchess of Devonshire, their relations Lord and Lady Gosford with their daughter Lady Theo, Sir Charles Cradock-Hartopp. Dating between 4 November 1907 and 8 February 1908, they are addressed to Platt's wife, Mabel (May). They record Platt's encounters with Winston Churchill, Alan Gardiner, James Quibell, George Reisner, Archibald Sayce and Arthur Weigall, among others. The letters also mention a meeting with Howard Carter when the latter was still earning a living as an artist, producing paintings for tourists; the letters provide important insights into Carter's life just before he began his partnership with Lord Carnarvon.

Arthur Ferdinand Rowley Platt

Sarah Joanne Clackson Collection

  • Clackson MSS
  • Colección
  • late 1980s - 2003

Notes, transcriptions, translations, article drafts, lecture drafts, card index, photographs, slides, overhead projector sheets, electronic data files, microfilm, correspondence, annotated photocopies and off-prints, relating to Coptic and Greek documents and Coptic archaeology.

Clackson, Sarah Joanne

Geoffrey Thorndike Martin Collection

  • Martin MSS
  • Colección
  • 1966-2022

Complete working papers, including notebooks, notes, card indexes, drawings of scenes and inscriptions, plans, slides, photographs, and correspondence.

Research papers
Includes relevant notes, concordances, photocopies, letters, emails, negatives, photographs, and small-scale tracings.

  • Scarabs and seals.
  • Brooklyn Museum scarabs and seals.
  • New Kingdom reliefs.
  • Valley of the Kings.
  • El-Lisht.
  • Tutankhamun shabtis.
  • Amarna Royal Tomb/Necropolis.
  • Research for articles.
  • Photographs, letters and newspaper cuttings.
  • Miscellaneous papers.
  • Three photograph albums.

Slides
10,000+ slides, the majority created by Martin, 1960s onwards. They include archaeological sites in Egypt, reliefs and objects, rephotographed publication illustrations, and commercially-produced slides.

Framed watercolour
Watercolour painting, perhaps by Annie Quibell. The upper part of an angel is probably inspired by (or copied from) one of the paintings in the Monastery of Apa Jeremias at Saqqara.

KV57: tomb of Horemheb, Valley of the Kings
Includes research papers, a small box of photographs, and Martin's epigraphic drawings of Horemheb's sarcophagus.

Original epigraphic drawings and scanned reductions of originals

  • Epigraphic drawings of loose Memphite blocks used for Vols. I and II of Martin's Corpus of Memphite Blocks. Vol. I, published. Vol. II, in preparation (info. August 2022).
  • Reduced line drawings of reliefs from published Memphite New Kingdom tombs, including the tomb of Horemheb and possibly the tomb of Maya.
  • Drawings without labels, not yet identified—some Amarna.

Large photographs
Includes the Step Pyramid complex and Unas Causeway, some taken from the summit of the Step Pyramid, or perhaps aerial photographs. Some show tomb reliefs.

Miscellaneous

  • PhD dissertation, G. T. Martin (two bound volumes on scarabs and seals. The second volume has been published. The first volume is not published).
  • Brooklyn Museum manuscript (bound unpublished manuscript for scarabs and seals in the Brooklyn Museum).
  • Three photograph albums (photographs of sites, buildings and street scenes mostly in and around Cairo in 1942. The albums were given or bequeathed to Martin).
  • Manuscript ("The Memphite Tomb of Horemheb. A Palaeography (Catalogue of Signs)". Unfinished).
  • Photocopied line drawings (these are probably duplicates of a published set of line drawings from a known New Kingdom Memphite tomb or are from Vol. I of Martin's Corpus of New Kingdom Memphite Blocks).
  • Three bound volumes (miscellaneous postcards, photographs, etc.).
  • Amarna Royal Tomb Project (selected material, copies of graffiti, ostraca, etc., represents a small section of the information gathered by the team when Martin was Field Director).
  • Memphite New Kingdom Prosopography (card index with the names and other details of known tomb owners and other officials mentioned in reliefs, paintings, statuary, etc., in or from around the Memphite cemeteries).
  • Photographs, newspaper cuttings, letters etc. (including a letter from Lord Mountbatten of Burma, also newspaper cuttings from international papers, primarily referring to the discoveries of Horemheb and Maya and the relationship of these officials to Tutankhamun).

Geoffrey Almeric Thorndike Martin

Marianne Eaton-Krauss Collection

  • Eaton-Krauss MSS
  • Colección
  • 1966-2022

Correspondence and notes:

  • Correspondence with other Egyptologists (now deceased) and some miscellaneous correspondence. Includes Eaton-Krauss's exchanges with Cyril Aldred, Martha Bell, Bernard V. Bothmer, Jochen Briegleb, Helmut Brunner, Henry Fischer, Wolfgang Helck, William Murnane, and James Romano.
  • Notes and correspondence relating to articles and publications, peer-reviewed by Eaton-Krauss.

Marianne Eaton-Krauss

Tutankhamun related documentation, other than excavation records: cubit rods, photographs

  • Photographs of six cubit rods from the tomb of Tutankhamun.
  • All rods are made of wood.
  • Carter object numbers:
    • (50dd'), now in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, JE 61315.
    • (50dd''), now in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, JE 61316.
    • (50ee'), now in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, JE 61317.
    • (50ee''), now in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, JE 61318.
    • (50ff'), now in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, JE 61319.
    • (50ff''), now in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, JE 61320.

Geoffrey Almeric Thorndike Martin

Tutankhamun excavation: Alfred Lucas's correspondence and related material on wood

Tutankhamun excavation: Alfred Lucas documentation on wood from the tomb.

  • Correspondence and related material on wood, including:
    • 16 letters exchanged between Alfred Lucas and Laurence Chalk discussing wood specimens from the tomb of Tutankhamun;
  • 3 offprints, Lucas articles:
    • Lucas, A. 1932. The Occurrence of Natron in Ancient Egypt. Journal of Egyptian Archaeology 18 (1/2), 62-66 (OEB 144143);
    • Lucas, A. 1936. The Wood of the Third Dynasty Ply-wood Coffin from Saqqara. Annales du Service des Antiquités de l'Égypte 36, 1-4 (OEB 144160);
    • Lucas, A. 1924. Note on the Temperature and Humidity of Several Tombs in the Valley of the Tombs of the Kings at Thebes. Annales du Service des Antiquités de l'Égypte 24, 12-14 (OEB 144136).

Lucas, Alfred

Alan Henderson Gardiner Collection

  • Gardiner MSS
  • Colección
  • c. 1900-1963

Notebooks, notes, card indexes of the Pyramid Texts and Late Egyptian, copies of inscriptions, corpus of transcribed hieratic ostraca and papyri, photographs, drawings, correspondence, copies of his own publications, and portraits.

Gardiner, (Sir) Alan Henderson

Jaroslav Černý Collection

  • Černý MSS
  • Colección
  • 1918-1988

Notebooks, notes, card indexes, copies of inscriptions, a corpus of transcribed hieratic ostraca and papyri, photographs, correspondence, and personal items.

  • Series 1 to 4, 6, 7 contain photographs, copies, transcriptions and translations of Egyptian texts, and photographs of objects and sites.
  • Series 5 contains articles and lectures, some unpublished.
  • Series 5 and 10 contain notes on Egyptian history.
  • Series 8, 14, 22, 24, 26 contain notes and indexes on lexicography and grammar and card indexes for a late Egyptian and general hieroglyphic dictionary.
  • Series 17 contains notebooks with transcriptions of texts from ostraca, graffiti, papyri and other monuments. There is a card index of ostraca with references to notebooks in series 28.
  • Series 18 and 23 contain Coptic notes and a card index for Coptic grammar.
  • Series 25 contains data on Egyptian personal names.
  • Series 33 is an etymological card index.

Černý, Jaroslav

Eric Parrington Uphill Collection

  • Uphill MSS
  • Colección
  • c. 1954-2018

Complete working papers, including notebooks, notes, card indexes, slides, photographs, correspondence and teaching notes.

Eric Parrington Uphill

Tutankhamun - secondary documentation: cigarette card, the first exploration of Tutankhamun's tomb

  • Cigarette card (2 copies) issued by Churchman's Cigarettes from the set titled: 'Treasure Trove: A Series of 50' (1937).
  • No. 26: 'The Tomb of Tut-Ankh-Amen: The First Inspection'.
  • Artist's impression of Howard Carter, Lord Carnarvon and Lady Evely exploring the Antechamber of Tutankhamun's tomb, showing the objects in situ against the west wall.

Burton, Harry

Tutankhamun - secondary documentation: cigarette card, Antechamber of Tutankhamun's tomb

  • Cigarette card (2 copies) issued by Churchman's Cigarettes from the set titled: 'Treasure Trove: A Series of 50' (1937).
  • No. 27: 'The Tomb of Tut-Ankh-Amen: Interior of Antechamber'.
  • Painted version based on Harry Burton photograph P0007.
  • View of the north half of the Antechamber showing objects in situ with the guardian statues on either side of the intact doorway to the Burial chamber.

Burton, Harry

Tutankhamun - secondary documentation: cigarette card, Howard Carter examining the innermost coffin

  • Cigarette card (2 copies) issued by Churchman's Cigarettes from the set titled: 'Treasure Trove: A Series of 50' (1937).
  • No. 28: 'The Gold Coffin of Tut-Ankh-Amen'.
  • Painted version based on Harry Burton photograph P0770.
  • Howard Carter and an Egyptian team member examine the lid of Tutankhamun's innermost coffin (255). This coffin was made of solid gold, with incised decoration inlaid with coloured glass and semi-precious stones.

Burton, Harry

Henry Salt Collection

  • Salt MSS
  • Colección
  • 1815-1825

1) Negatives and prints of drawings of Egypt by Henry Salt (1815-25), property of Lady Salt, Shillingstone House, Dorset.
2) Photocopies of a portfolio of coloured drawings of Egypt by Henry Salt at the Department of Ancient Egypt and Sudan, British Museum, London.

Salt, Henry

Oliver Robert Gurney Collection

  • Gurney MSS
  • Colección
  • 1940s-1990s

Correspondence and notes relating to the geography of the Hittite Empire, Babylonian music, decipherment, and various other topics.

Gurney, Oliver Robert

Press cuttings

Press cuttings collected by Howard Carter, some mentioning Carter's archaeological work, including Tutankhamun, and Carter manuscript note from original housing.

  • Carter MSS vi.7.1.1
    • The Times Educational Supplement
    • 6 July 1929
    • Pages 307-8
    • 'Side Windows on history' (from a correspondent)
    • Mentions Carter
  • Carter MSS vi.7.1.2
    • Liverpool Post
    • 20 June 1929
    • 'A cosmetic 3,000 year old'
    • Cosmetic specimen from Tutankhamun's tomb (see following)
  • Carter MSS vi.7.1.3
    • Daily Chronicle
    • 20 June 1929
    • 'Cosmetic from Luxor Tomb. | Shown to women in London. | After 3,300 years.'
    • Cosmetic specimen from Tutankhamun's tomb, analysed by Mr A. Chaston Chapman and Dr H. J. Plenderleith (see preceding)
  • Carter MSS vi.7.1.4
    • Morning Post
    • 8 January 1929
    • 'The King's Epiphany gifts
    • Not obviously related to Egypt or Carter
  • Carter MSS vi.7.1.5
    • The Times (?)
    • Summer 1930
    • 'The Royal Academy | I.—Pictures and the public | A varied exhibition (By our Art Critic)'
    • Not obviously related to Egypt or Carter

Tutankhamun excavation journal: inventory of Tutankhamun objects sent to the Egyptian Museum in Cairo, 1922-1929

Tutankhamun journal with an inventory of objects sent to the Egyptian Museum in Cairo, between 1922 and 1929

  • Pages 1-17
    • Arthur Mace's manuscript records
    • Mace's heading on the title page (page 0), "Tut-Ankh-Amun"
    • Mace's heading on page 1, "Catalogue of objects sent to Cairo Museum. Season 1922-1923"
    • Mace's final entry, "34 packages containing 89 boxes", and signed by A.C.M. (Arthur C. Mace) and H.C. (Howard Carter), dated "12 May 1923."
  • Page 18
    • Unidentified hand, manuscript notes, French
    • French manuscript heading, "Liste des Caisses parties de la Vallée des Rois le 1er Avril, a 10 h. 15 a.m."
    • Carter's manuscript annotation at top of the page, "Cases and antiquities removed by the Service des Antiquities Spring 1924 from No. 15 and No. 4 Biban el Maluke"
  • Pages 19-21
    • Carter's manuscript records
    • Carter's final entry, "Nineteen cases handed over to M. Baraize for transport to Cairo March 31st 1925. Howard Carter [signature]. These cases were carried by hand and(?) to River Early morn of the 1st April"
  • Page 22
    • Carter's manuscript column headings, but no entries
  • Page 23
    • Carter's manuscript records
    • Carter's final entry, "The above objects enclosed in sixteen cases (one of which No. 16 to be brought by Mr. Carter). Howard Carter [signature] April 16th 1927."
  • Page 25
    • Typewritten list affixed to page
    • Cases "XXIII" to "XXXVIII"
    • All objects are from the Treasury
    • Not dated
  • Pages 26-32
    • Carter's manuscript records
    • Objects are from the Treasury and Annexe
    • "List of cases of antiquities sent to the Cairo Museum March [day not entered] th., 1929."
    • Carter's final entry, "Ninety cases of antiquities as for above list. delivered to the Chief Inspector for transport March ... 1929. H.C."

Tutankhamun excavation journal: objects arranged by type

Howard Carter's notes listing categories of objects from the Antechamber, Tutankhamun's tomb

  • Howard Carter's manuscript list of objects, arranged in categories, listing Carter object numbers with brief descriptions. All objects were found in the Antechamber,
  • Supplement to Carter notebook, see TAA i.2.14
  • List of categories is arranged as follows:
    • Botanical specimens
    • Nome standards
    • Sandals
    • Boxes
    • Headrests
    • Amulets
    • Jewellery
    • Necklaces
    • Miscellaneous
    • Ushabtis
    • Shrine
    • Implements
    • Vases
    • Stone vessels alabaster
    • Baskets
    • Statues
    • Couches
    • Chariot parts
    • Weapons
    • Arrows and quivers
    • Bows
    • Gloves
    • Textiles
    • Sticks
    • Chairs
    • Stools
    • Footstools
    • Hassocks
    • Bedsteads
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